INRA - Suburbs Of Utopia album
Album · 2018 · 5 Songs. No Me Digas No, Dime Cuánto. Que nos Pisen la Cabeza - Single.
I’m not too sure of where or when, but it certainly lies within the secrets of PINKBOX TELEPORT’s most recent release of Suburbs Of Utopia. Guised in the mechanisms of grandeur, INRA is the portal of life. The beckon of all that have come and continue to go throughout the adversity of playmate. My mellow my man. My comfort can cry crooked cross these craniums. It’s good to let it all out. I’m already planting seeds of deterioration. Take the trip: More about: INRA.
Debut album from Berlin-based experimental duo INRA.
INRA live at Thalie Lab Brussels 8. & 9. October. INRA will play the live soundtrack of the performance "Transcultural Protocol" by the New York based artists Rachel Monosov and Admire Kamudzengerere. Nothing there exists, so to speak, in reality". Out now. Debut Album: "Suburbs Of Utopia" is out now on Pinkbox Teleport Records (New Orleans). INRA at Venice Biennale.
Suburbs of Utopia is a gathering beyond the constraints of the Now: music, performances & movie screenings, curated by INRA. Drawing from clubmusic, free improvisation, drone, dub and sonic futurism they exhale an alienated ontology, haunted by the presence of the real and memories of the future.
Utopia is the second of two self-titled albums by the rock group Utopia (the other being Todd Rundgren's Utopia). It was released in 1982 (see 1982 in music). It was also their only album for Network Records. During the composing phase of this album, Kasim Sulton had left to pursue a solo career, and Doug Howard from the band Touch was brought in on bass. Howard co-wrote two songs on the album, "Feet Don’t Fail Me Now" and "I’m Looking at You But I’m Talking to Myself"
|1||Suburbs Of Utopia (Movement 1)||4:32|
|2||Stop Looking At Me Like I'm The Future||8:54|